Governors Point Towhomes Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Governor’s Point Townhomes is a beautiful townhome community located in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. These spacious, luxury townhomes are surrounded by historic single-family homes and commercial offerings. Each townhome boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, 1,600-square-feet of living space, and optional two-car garages.
Governor’s Point is situated along the intersection of South Dawson Street, U.S. Highway 401, and State Highway 50. U.S. Highway 70 runs just to the east of the neighborhood, and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard/U.S. Highway 401 traverses the area about a half-mile to the south. The zip code for these Wake County Townhomes is 27603.
Central to the heart of downtown Raleigh, the Governor’s Point Townhomes are conveniently located near several attractions and amenities. The state capitol building is located within a few blocks to the north, as are the Marbles Kids Museum and the Museum of Natural Sciences.
The Governor’s Point Townhomes are also centrally located near several educational institutions. Shaw University sits within a few blocks to the southeast, and Peace College and St. Augustine’s College are both less than one mile north and northeast, respectively.
The most prominent university in the area, North Carolina State University, lies less than one mile west of the neighborhood. One of the largest public university’s in the state, North Carolina State spans about two square miles. Adjacent to the university on the northwest is Meredith College, a private women’s college.
Several small community parks sit within a few miles of Governor’s Point Townhomes as well, including Pullen Park, Fred Fletcher Park, Edna Metz Wells Park, and Chavis Park.
For more outdoor recreation, a few larger parks can be found within five miles west of the neighborhood. Lake Johnson Nature Park is situated to the southwest and William B. Umstead State Park is located to the northwest, adjacent to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. The state park alone spans more than 5,000 acres and offers camping, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, educational options, and picnicking.